What Meghan wore in Cheshire - Duchess wears cream Givenchy dress

Meghan Markle in off-the-shoulder pink outfit

The 92-year-old monarch and her new granddaughter-in-law traveled by train to Cheshire, England, to open a new bridge at the Mersey Gateway Bridge at Catalyst Science Discovery Centre on Thursday, June 14.

Though it's Meghan's first engagement without Prince Harry, she does have the queen by her side, giving her the royal seal of approval and showing once more that the new duchess is being welcomed to the family.

There the Queen will unveil a plaque to officially open the £1.86 billion project, a six-lane toll bridge over the River Mersey, to ease traffic between Runcorn and Widnes.

Before heading to Chester Town Hall for a City Council lunch, they took in the production of A Little Night Music.

The Duchess of Sussex can't stop gushing about Prince Harry or life as a married woman.

Meghan, in contrast, did not wear a hat, and wore her hair down.

It marked Meghan's first royal engagement with The Queen.

In Cheshire royals arrived by train, and the output of the W/d of them was already waiting for the numerous journalists who commented on the remarkably lovely and elegant outfit, Meghan Markle.

'As Meghan walked away from me she turned back and said, "The children did great, by the way". "Meghan sent a handwritten thank you note to all her close friends who attended the wedding".

The Queen smiled as she and Markle appeared to have a lively, upbeat conversation with each other. HELLO!'s Social Media Editor spotted the similarities to a pair of earrings Princess Diana wore on an official visit to Edmonto and on an official royal tour of New Zealand.

The Queen has often made overnight journeys on the Royal Train but Meghan has never been invited on one.

While the Queen carried her trademark black Launer handbag on her arm, Meghan held a clutch bag in her hand.

In Chester, a group of teenage girls skipped school to see the Queen and Meghan - and ended up speaking to them.

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